Sunday, November 29, 2015

Moon Gazer II American Indian

Moon Gazer II, 60 x 40, oil on canvas

It was common for hair locks to be attached to 'War Shirts' of the Plains Indians. The hair may be that of a family member, taken in battle from an enemy or be animal hair. Whatever the case, it is a symbol of personal honor


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